Many dental plans include coverage for braces, including invisible aligners. If you meet your insurance company’s eligibility requirements, they may cover a portion of the total treatment cost. Contact your insurance company for more information. As some dental plans only accept traditional in-office treatments, you should specify that you are interested in purchasing a direct to consumer Invisible Aligner treatment.
Modified on: Wed, 17 Apr, 2019 at 2:12 PM
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